A $43 Billion Unmet Need: 70% of businesses are served with broadband over copper — a $43 billion market — and can’t get the higher speeds they want at prices they’re willing to pay.
A Patented New Techology: Our patented new wireless innovation – a disruptive, proven and defensible technology – can be deployed at a cost of 1% of that of fiber, outperforming competitors in both price and performance in the business broadband-over-copper market.
No one else has this technology.
It’s the next big thing in wireless, and it will disrupt a $43 billion industry.
In actual deployment, copper networks are limited to a meager 30 megabytes per second (Mbps), but usually come in at just 10 Mbps.
Did You Know: Only about 10% of Silicon Valley is served by fiber.
Today’s businesses use multiple cloud services: for accounting, for word processing, for invoicing… you name it.
That’s a lot of uploading and downloading.
Slower speeds mean lower productivity, and lower productivity is a significant competitive disadvantage in a business environment that increasingly relies on the cloud for day-to-day operations.
• 70 percent of businesses are still served by broadband over copper
• Fiber installation costs $25 per foot, making it too expensive for most
• Coax cable installation is just as expensive and slower in speed
• Unlicensed microwave is prone to interference
• Traditional/Legacy licensed microwave is spectrum inefficient and can’t
serve high-density deployments
And this is not to mention the rural areas, including schools, with limited coverage—or no coverage at all.
Because fiber is too expensive, coax is slow and unlicensed microwave is unreliable, copper has been the only viable option.
Until now. Encina Communications Corporation (ECC), the company that will take this new technology to market, will offer speeds of up to 1.5 Gbps both ways (upload and download), changing the entire business broadband landscape.
ECC’s patented new wireless innovation provides the only economically viable way to dramatically increase broadband speeds while meeting the market price points.
ECC will do two things:
Increase the average broadband business customer’s upload and download speeds by over 100 times.
Deploy networks at just 1 percent of the cost of fiber installation.
Finally, businesses will be able to get the speeds they need at a price they can afford.
Our innovation is technology-neutral and application-independent. What that means is :
The technology will be enhanced by future product innovation, not made obsolete by it.
Our innovation has been through testing and development. Now, we’re building significant momentum and nearing launch:
Our technology has been awarded very strong patents with very high Alpha ratings.
Business case studies have been completed, demonstrating excellent profit potential.
We’ve engineered and gained frequency clearances on our first commercial network in the Silicon Valley market.
In that market, we’ve identified our first 3,000 potential customers.
We’ve assembled a highly-qualified, experienced team for rapid deployment.
We’re outsourcing network operations to a company with more than 20 years of experience as a wireless internet provider, one which has worked closely with us in the development of our technology.
Ready to hear more about the $43 billion market opportunity? Click the “Business Plan” tab at the top of this page to learn more about our launch plans.
Mike has extensive experience in telecommunications, serving as the CEO of TXR, Inc, which was sold to California Microwave, and as VP of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Loral Microwave. He also served as VP of Business Development at Western Multiplex Corporation, where he was instrumental in profitably growing the company by 25, 50 and 100 percent in three consecutive years before selling the company, making many shareholders millionaires. He’s also managed large scale projects and product lines at Raytheon, TRW Vidar and Microwave Associates, and he’s the inventor of the patented technology.
Frank has over three decades of executive experience in the deployment of large telecommunication networks and solar photovoltaic systems. His experience includes business development, company operations, program management, construction management and site acquisition for T-Mobile, Cricket, TTM, American Tower, Crown Castle, General Dynamics, Bechtel, AT&T, O2wireless Solutions and MB Haynes.